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can see why. there's that low pressure system positioned over northern texas, and western oklahoma. it is retro grade, almost moves backward. most of the rain will happen in central kansas, wichita up to salina. >> and meanwhile off the coast of florida we're looking at the return of dorian. >> yes, or dorian or what's left of it. most of us won't see any of this which is great news. it really jets off into the atlantic. the only thing you'll see are clouds and maybe a rain ban. >> overall it's heading in the right direction. >> thank you, ginger. health officials on the trail of a stomach bug that's affected 400 people in 16 states. they're now doubling down. they've found the source of some of these cases but there are still a lot of unanswered questions. and abc's chief health and medical editor, rich besser, has more. >> reporter: it's still a mystery. the source of the cyclospora outbreak in 14 states. the cdc sent a team to help with the investigation into texas, one of the hardest hit states. but we do know the source, at least in nebraska and iowa. the fda linked the outbre
. >> jeffrey, thank you. >>> and back here at home tonight, and to a break in the case in texas, after a remarkable 911 call. a brave boy as his home was being robbed, calling for help. and the calming voice at the other end of the line. here tonight, abc's gio benitez. >> reporter: listen closely as 12-year-old deion murdoch dials 911, alone in his texas home. >> 911. where is the emergency? hello? >> someone is trying to break into my house. they just broke the window, ma'am. >> they just broke the window? what room are you in? >> i'm in my mother's room right now. please hurry. >> is your house -- i am. stay on the phone with me. >> reporter: the dispatcher tells little deion to go into the closet, doing her best to reassure him along the way. as police say these two young men break into the house. >> i'm going to have to whisper now because i think they're coming in. please hurry. >> they are, they are. >> they're in there. >> they're inside the room now. >> reporter: then, chilling silence for a full minute. >> you there? deion? okay, just stay there. the officers, i think they're
this rain yet. houston, there are some areas of texas that desperately need rain and we have been watching that tropical low, still looks like it could clip the south end of texas. a little good news at the end there. >> ginger zee, thank you. >>> now to the string of bear attacks tonight. nearly half a dozen attacks in the last 48 hours. several people injured. among them a little girl. the first attack in yellowstone national park. another one, 70 miles in idaho. another attack in colorado. just tonight, word of a rescue in alaska. a mauling in the middle of the evening. they wore night-vision goggles to find him. abc's linzie janis tonight. >> reporter: this 12-year-old was going for a jog, training for her favorite sport when she came across a bear. >> and she had seen a bear out of the corner of her eye. >> reporter: her grandfather said she started to run faster but the black bear like this one chased her. >> started running again and he came up behind her again and knocked her down. >> reporter: at one point, abigail tried to play dead and but she did the best thing she could do --
texas. brownsville, if this tropical low can fight the dry air, perhaps you get some much-needed rain. >> thanks, ginger. >>> now to the string of bear attacks tonight. nearly half a dozen attacks in the last 48 hours. several people injured. among them a little girl. the first attack in yellowstone national park in wyoming. "world news" hour, another one, 70 miles in idaho. then word of a young girl in michigan and then another attack in colorado. just tonight, word of a rescue in alaska, a mauling in the middle of the night. they wore night-vision goggles to find the victim and save him. bears are now preparing for hibernation. here's abc's linzie janis. >> reporter: 12-year-old abby wetherell was going for a jog, training for her favorite sport when she came across a bear. >> and she had seen a bear out of the corner of her eye. >> reporter: her grandfather said she started to run faster but the black bear like this one chased her. >> she started running again and he came up behind her again and knocked her down. >> reporter: at one point, abigail tried to play dead but then she di
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